Look out world, it’s a blog takeover! The students of room 20 have risen to my challenge and have written a series of delightful picture book reviews. Room 20 consists of 59 (mostly) lovely students aged between nine and eleven. It means I get to put my feet up for a few days, thanks team!
All monkeys love bananas by Sean E Avery (2012)
[Published by Fremantle Press]
This book is suitable for under 7-year-olds. It has spectacular rhymes. It is hilarious, with crazy monkeys and crazy rabbits. This is amazing for your kids to get a bit of a laugh, and have fun!
By Anthony and Kosten
Check out All monkeys love bananas at Auckland Libraries.
Or buy from All Monkeys Love Bananas Fishpond.
Outside by Libby Hathorn; illustrated by Ritva Voutila (2014)
This book is perfect for kids who absolutely love rhymes. There are very creative pictures which you can not stop staring at!
This book is about a boy who explores outside with breathtaking nature.
By Kayah and Malia.
Check out Outside from Auckland Libraries.
Or buy Outside from Fishpond.
Superkid by Claire Freedman; illustrated by Sarah McIntyre (2013)
[Published by Scholastic]
This is a very interesting book, it’s a lot of fun and so so so funny. Any aged human being would like it but probably not adults.
It’s a lot better when you read it in a weird voice. It’s very colourful and interesting.
By Ubaidah and Sameer.
Check out Superkid at Auckland Libraries.
Or buy Superkid from Fishpond.